One thing about the abrahamic religions that really bugs me, and should bug everyone, especially the followers. Is that in these books; these words of "god" there seems to be a lot of describing hell and an ever so slight description of heaven. Even if you ask people in general, People seem to be more readily able to describe torture and punishment more clearly than eternal bliss.
Common hell descriptions:fire, agony, violence, torture, pain, lust, greed, evil, fire, beyond the wildest fears, further torture, eyes melting from face, whipped, beaten, betrayal, eternal anguish, dipped in molten gold, dipped in boiling blood, bondage, slavery, being stomped on by the big red devils hoof, magically resetting your soul and going through it all again, rotten flesh smell, burning hair smell, gluttony, wallowing in your own excrement, forced nudity, etc etc torture methods etc.
Common description of heaven: bliss... Happiness, angels, wings, gold streets, white horses, silk robes, singing of holy songs, and basically a more intense form of worshipping the insane abrahamic god for eternity and "idunno... Happiness Brah."
If the words of the bible are indeed gods words (just playing along with what a good number of believers believe. I have no doubt that anything in the bible is not the word of god), then he has some sick twisted way of thinking if he is more readily able to describe torture and pain than eternal bliss. And it seems to rub off on everyone else within the religions.
This is actually one of the big problems that helped me choose atheism.